Recently, I was perusing Dan Ginn’s blog (you might remember Dan Ginn from the podcast about photo blogging), when I came across a bit of news that is most definitely worth sharing! (His blog is great, by the way, you should subscribe.)
Nick Turpin founder of In-Public has created Street Photo Library, an archive of street photography images taken by talented street photographers available to license at prices that are fair to both photographers and buyers. Nick says, “Why shouldn’t street photographers make a living?” Currently, you can register to be a part of Street Photo Library if you are a street photographer. In the next few months, Street Photo Library will be launched to image buyers.
As street photography continues to gain recognition as a genre, this platform will no doubt become a valuable tool for street photographers around the globe. If you are looking to turn passion into profit, check out this YouTube video, which explains how to register as a photographer on Street Photo Library:
And be sure to visit the official website to learn more about how the library works, commision rates, licensing and more.